David Levine, co-head of HBO drama series, is stepping down, with Francesca Orsi now assuming sole responsibility for the division.
Levine became co-head of drama series at HBO in June 2016, having come to the network as a consultant in 2009. He has been overseeing a slate that includes Westworld and Game of Thrones, among others.
Orsi has been serving as executive VP and co-head of drama, responsible for developing and overseeing the production of original drama series. She took on this role in June 2016 and joined HBO in 2003 as an executive assistant to the head of drama.